Spoof news stories from Friday 12 December 2003
The British public began to ponder the financial soundness of the Royal Family, when The Queen put her knee transplants for auction with eBay.
In a posthumous interview, Al Gore answered questions about this unforeseen turn of events.
The latest UK music singles sales figures suggest that Death Metal band Cradle of Filth are on course for their first Christmas number 1.
A boarding house situated in Blackpool has been charged with false advertising. Their slogan ‘pull off into paradise' has been targeted by the police because of its misleading nature. One policeman said ‘this catchphrase suggests that the boarding ho...
Its been announced this morning that the family of tap dancers, stage name ‘family top', have been declared the champions of UK tap. The competition, which took place last night in the quiet town hall of Bedims, was watched by a few locals, who where...
The Statue of Liberty was purchased by a Baptist Church in the Heartland of the U.S. today. The First Church of Baptist purchased the landmark from the city of New York for a whopping 235 million dollars.